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By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Town officials are continuing the discussion to see if a portion of the Emerald Square Mall could one day be the new home for the Senior Center. At the July 21 meeting of the Council on Aging,...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Last October, Bella Sarno announced its closure after years of serving North Attleborough and the surrounding communities. At its July 15 meeting, the Planning Board reviewed the proposal to open a new business at 553 Kelley...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com A plan to build a four-unit retirement community on a site at the corner of Landry Avenue and Mt. Hope Street has some concerned how it will be impacted by existing traffic. The proposal went before the...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Live music has begun to return, with many area venues announcing summer or fall performances. But for those that are leery about being in a packed venue or just want a new way to enjoy their Elton John...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com It was during the height of COVID that Diana Martinez was faced with a challenge—finding a new home for The Purple Rooster. For 11 years, the restaurant—beloved for its varied vegan and gluten-free dishes—had occupied a space in...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Thirty three people have signed leases for the new development at 21 East St., but for weeks have been awaiting word on whether they can move in. The project was discussed during an intense 90-minute session of...
By Max Bowen=max.bowen@northstarreporter.com With great support, the Town Council voted unanimously to approve the appointment of Nancy Durfee as the new Town Planner. Durfee will take the position in early June, succeeding Jennifer Carloni, who recently announced her resignation after a...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com This weekend, the downtown area will be alive with music, artist showcases, and much more as businesses join to support one another. Dubbed the Downtown North Attleborough Week, it began on Monday and ends on Saturday, June 5....
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com Later this month, the sights and smells of locally-made goods will fill the air every Wednesday afternoon. Volunteers have spent the last several months laying the foundation for the North Attleborough Farmers Market. Annie Slobogan, co-chair of...
By Max Bowen-max.bowen@northstarreporter.com After a year of masks and a reduced capacity, businesses will resume a more normal mode. Earlier last week, Gov. Charlie Baker announced that the state's face covering order would be rescinded on May 29. All industry restrictions...